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One year of original music from February Records (2011)

 

Retomamos hoy la costumbre de postear recopilaciones o directos de los lunes, y lo hacemos con una que edita el sello de Conneticut February Records. Se trata de una compilación que reúne a todos los artistas que han tenido que ver con ellos directa o indirectamente y que han editado alguna grabación con el sello, que cumple además, su primer año de existencia. Buen Pop y un variado catálogo de etiquetas para este recopilatorio en el que aparecen temas que no habían sido editados previamente. Si además lo puedes conseguir legalmente desde su Bandcamp… ya estás tardando en hacerte con él.

February Records – One year of original music from February Records (2011)

”January 9, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of original releases on the February Records label.
February Records released its first original recordings in January 2010. Onward Chariots (Brooklyn/Queens, N.Y.), The Fictional West (New Haven, Conn.) and Women’s Basketball (New Haven, Conn./Brooklyn, N.Y.) composed the label’s initial roster of bands. February Records now has a roster of more than 15 bands and artists, with releases in multiple formats and from bands throughout the United States as well as Canada, the Philippines and Indonesia.
This 19-song compilation looks back at the last year with a track from every band that has released music on February Records. The album also looks forward with songs from five bands that will release music on the label in 2011. This ambitious project also contains previously unreleased tracks from Secret Charisma, Dexter Poindexter, Two If By Sea, The Tyler Trudeau Attempt, Bourgeois Heroes, The Inclined Plane and Women’s Basketball.
The compilation represents a wide range of styles — from the Brill Building-inspired sounds of The Cavemen Go, to the country-tinged pop of Abby Mott; from the minimalist ukulele-pop of Even Artichokes Have Hearts, to the electronically-enhanced tunes of The Month Of June and Women’s Basketball. The album touches on dream pop, Americana, psych, bubblegum and powerpop.
February Records looks forward to another year of bringing people together, forging connections and exposing people to great music” (februaryrecords.com)

February Records

24 enero, 2011 Posted by | February Records | 1 comentario

   

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